Since its inception in 2012, Los Angeles-based art collective Tappan has been on a mission to revolutionise the contemporary art world. Going beyond the conventional approach to discovering and collecting art, it offers an e-commerce platform that allows a new generation of art patrons to participate in an effortless art buying experience. If you're looking to start investing in art, now is the time. Tappan only holds a sale once a year, so take advantage of the opportunity and start filling your basket with beautiful prints, paintings, photographs and sculptures by a wide range of up-and-coming artists. Use the code TAPPAN-HOLIDAY-2020 at the checkout to claim 15% off the entire Tappan collection until 22nd November. Not quite sure where to start? Here are some of our top picks from the Tappan holiday sale.

Past Times by Jan Prengel, 2018

This limited edition print by German photographer Jan Prengel offers the perfect minimalist statement, with its subtle composition that urges viewers to view space in a new way. The neutral colour palette is immediately calming and will suit any interior.

Bedrock, River, Basket 6 by Astri Styrkestad Haukaas, 2020

Copenhagen-based painter Astri Styrkestad Haukaas depicts the earth tones of a lush riverbed in this mesmerising acrylic and oil painting. We love the rich combination of colours and the sense of flow that is conveyed through Haukaas' energetic brush strokes.

Foundations of Graphic Design by Alexis Arnold, 2016

This striking sculpture is part of Alexis Arnold's Crystalized Book series, which saw Arnold manipulating found books with her hands, water and salt to allow a crystallisation process to dissolve the content of the books. The result is a transformation of an object of significance into something purely aesthetic.

MalaNazar 24 by Ilka Kramer

Combining the beauty of nature and architecture, Ilka Kramer's MalaNazar series invites viewers to question the relationship between human-built spaces and the natural world. This limited edition photograph is bound to enliven any living space.

Ancient Medicine 21 by Brian Merriam

This photograph by Brian Merriam offers a sense of drama, giving the viewer the feeling of being immersed in the geology of the landscape. Hang it on a blank wall by itself to allow it to realise its full impact.

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